If you haven't developed your photos via the Firewatch Fotodome, you probably want to get on that.
Campo Santo, the developer behind Firewatch, has spoken about creative freedom after being bought out by Valve.
Cut Scenes is Josh Wise's regular column on the intersection between films and video games. This week, it's Firewatch vs. Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window.
Campo Santo’s award-winning adventure game Firewatch is being ported to the Nintendo Switch later this year.
There's a childlike sense of wonder to radio. Making an ocean of the sky, radio waves broadcast out like the tide, songs and voices carried out...
Firewatch sales recently passed 1 million. That's a lot of people buying a "walking simulator" where "nothing happens". Well played, Campo Santo.
Available today as a free update (on all platforms) is the Firewatch Audio Tour, that Campo Santo introduced to the world at PAX West 2016.
Earlier in the year, Gillette shamelessly ripped off the Firewatch logo. Now a Ford dealership has used an actual Firewatch image in their promotion.
Our lawyers would like to point out that our use of the word 'stolen' is playful hyperbole, but we'd also like to point out the Firewatch...
Firewatch sales number around half a million in its first month. It also topped the PlayStation Store and paid the publisher back in a day. Not...
We weren't surprised to find that the Firewatch PS4 version looked less pretty than the PC version, but how much was a bit of a shock.
On paper, Firewatch doesn't sound like it's going to be a particularly exciting experience, sitting in a remote lookout tower waiting for fires to start.
Firewatch looks like it's going to be something really special.
It was the surprise hit of 2013, and helped paved the way for the success of slow narrative games; now the Gone Home console release is...
Firewatch release date set for 9th February 2016.
Survival doesn't always have to be horrific – we look at what makes dying in The Long Dark so lovely.
Firewatch from Campo Santo created a stir from the moment it was revealed.
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